Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Tracking Dashboard Map - Feb 2020

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In case you have not seen this or you're looking for a nice brief summary update for tracking the Coronavirus COVID-19, you may find this global real-time dashboard map helpful at the web link below. Following the map link are news item sources with details about this tracking system.



Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns Hopkins CSSE

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Mapping 2019-nCoV

January 23, 2020


On December 31, 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) was informed of an outbreak of “pneumonia of unknown cause” detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China – the seventh-largest city in China with 11 million residents.
As of January 23, there are over 800 cases of 2019-nCoV confirmed globally, including cases in at least 20 regions in China and nine countries/territories.
The first reported infected individuals, some of whom showed symptoms as early as December 8, were discovered to be among stallholders from the Wuhan South China Seafood Market. Subsequently, the wet market was closed on Jan 1. The virus causing the outbreak was quickly determined to be a novel coronavirus.
On January 10, gene sequencing further determined it to be the new Wuhan coronavirus, namely 2019-nCoV, a betacoronavirus, related to the Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome virus (MERS-CoV) and the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome virus (SARSCoV). However, the mortality and transmissibility of 2019-nCoV are still unknown, and likely to vary from those of the prior referenced coronaviruses.
Infected travelers (primarily air) are known to be responsible for introductions of the virus outside Wuhan.

GIS Dashboard (Updated February 11, 2020)

In response to this ongoing public health emergency, we developed an interactive web-based dashboard (static snapshot shown above) hosted by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University, to visualize and track reported cases in real-time.
The dashboard, first shared publicly on January 22, illustrates the location and number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, deaths and recoveries for all affected countries. It was developed to provide researchers, public health authorities and the general public with a user-friendly tool to track the outbreak as it unfolds.


Global Coronavirus Updates

United States COVID-19 Coronavirus Updates :flag:

Coronavirus Map

Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the U.S.

This page will be updated regularly at noon Mondays through Fridays. Numbers close out at 4 p.m. the day before reporting.

Updated March 13, 2020

Georgia Department of Public Health COVID-19 Daily Status Report

03/13/2020 12:00am

Coronavirus: How to track the virus spread across the world

The deadly coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, and you can use an online dashboard to keep up reported cases and the news. The Center for Systems Science and Engineering has built a tool pulling in data from the World Health Organization, as well as the centers for disease control in the US, China and Europe. It shows all confirmed, suspected and recovered coronavirus patients, as well as deaths.

How to track the coronavirus: Dashboard delivers real-time view

The Center for Systems Science and Engineering has launched an online dashboard that is tracking the spread of the deadly coronavirus as it makes its way across China and beyond.
The live dashboard pulls data from the World Health Organization (WHO) -- as well as the centers for disease control in the US, China and Europe -- to show all confirmed and suspected cases of coronavirus, along with recovered patients and deaths. The data is visualized through a real-time graphic information system (GIS) powered by Esri.

Track the Coronavirus Yourself Via Johns Hopkins

Feb 28, 2020

I have here the Johns Hopkins University and hospital website that is keeping the official tab on the coronavirus. They update it whenever there is information to add to it, and you can also reload the browser that you use.

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Attention getting how the media continues to avoid & refuse to cover approx. 45,000 Total Recovered out of approx. 89,000 Total Confirmed.

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State of Washington deaths due to the flu:

From CDC:

Washington 930

That is 2.6 deaths per day if using full year, but the flu season is only about 4 months, which yields, 7.75 deaths per day.

Way more than Coronova at this point.

Funny thing is that in Atlanta, AJC says Chinese restaurants are reporting a 50% drop in business and Corona Beer a 25% drop.
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To party or not to party with Corona beer from Mexico, that is the question???! Appears we have at least 2 schools of thought on the topic.

Party on dudes & dudettes anyway you want, with & without whatever you want.

Americans are avoiding Corona beer amid coronavirus outbreak, survey finds

surprising 38 percent of beer drinkers insisted that they would not, under any circumstances, buy Corona as the deadly virus spreads across the globe
some confusion as 16 percent of those surveyed said they were not sure whether the virus is related to Corona beer
survey queried 737 American beer drinkers

University at Albany students face heat for throwing coronavirus-themed party

College students at the University at Albany may face disciplinary action for hosting an off-campus coronavirus-themed party last weekend
showed a bucket of iced Corona beers next to a person wearing a surgical mask
“Corona virus isn’t gonna stop anyone from partying.”
Students from the group Asian American Alliance blasted the party’s theme.
University officials called the party “distasteful and hurtful,”


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Lol. Pop up ad I see on this page is for P95 masks....$19.99 each. For one.
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It may or may not be too late to invest in healthcare face mask manufacturers if expectations are for bloated prices to go lots higher in the near term.

Heard a doctor this evening on tv news saying the virus could be similar to the flu & may be seasonal for a short term outbreak.

Curious & suspicious how the coronavirus is reported to negatively affect President Trump & his Admin & media wanting to close his state rallies, but not affect the Dems or Dem debates or Dem primaries, etc.

But I think it’s a virus, and it’s gonna have a seasonal life span. I don’t see it as being any more prevalent than the flu or anything else that is seasonal.

One tenet of liberalism is that climate change is the biggest threat the world faces, when in fact a warmer world might cut down on these viruses.

Democrat Primary Strangely Unaffected by Coronavirus

It’s as though the Democrat primary, the Democrat presidential race is occurring outside the universe of the coronavirus. Have you noticed this? The coronavirus, the only thing it isn’t affecting is the Democrats. But the coronavirus is destroying Trump. It’s destroying the Trump administration. It’s ending Trump rallies. It is going to end the Trump administration. It’s going to end the Republican Party.
Democrats are conducting business like there isn’t a coronavirus
You cannot even find a story, a prominent story that relates the coronavirus or includes the coronavirus in whatever the Democrats want to do except when it comes to the Democrats destroying Trump
The New York Times, Gail Collins, who is one of the op-ed editors had a piece yesterday, said: Let’s just call it what it is. Let’s call it Trumpvirus.

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COVID-19 Map continues to show updates.

Almost 56,000 Total Recovered.

8 USA Total Recovered

260 USA Confirmed cases

14 USA Total Deaths

12 deaths in Kings County, WA

1 death in Snohomish County WA

1 death in Placer County, CA

Southeast USA showing a few more cases

2 confirmed in Fulton County, GA

1 confirmed in Floyd County, GA

2 confirmed in Hillsborough, FL

1 confirmed in Sarasota, FL

1 confirmed in Santa Rosa County, FL

1 confirmed in Wake County, NC

1 confirmed in Chatham County, NC

1 confirmed in Williamson, TN

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According to the assistant secretary of Health and Human Services, Admiral Brett Giroir, overall mortality rate for COVID-19 is somewhere between 0.1% and 1%.

Time = 1:25

Coronavirus mortality rate 1 percent or less: US

MARCH 5, 2020

"The best estimates now of the overall mortality rate for COVID-19 is somewhere between 0.1 percent and 1%," Admiral Brett Giroir, the assistant secretary of health said at a news briefing.
"That's lower than you heard probably in many reports, why is this? Number one is because many people don't get sick and don't get tested—this reflects the overseas experience—so probably for every case, there are at least two or three cases that are not in that denominator.
"It certainly could be higher than normal flu, it probably is, but it's not likely in the range of 2 to 3%."
The seasonal flu mortality rate is 0.1 to 0.15%, said Giroir.

Mar 6, 2020

Yesterday in Washington, on Capitol Hill, the assistant secretary of Health and Human Services, Admiral Brett Giroir spoke to reporters about the coronavirus, and listen to what he said here.
GIROIR: The typical mortality rate for seasonal flu is about 0.1% or 0.15%. The best estimates now of the overall mortality rate for COVID-19 is somewhere between 0.1% and 1%, okay? That’s lower than you’ve heard probably in many reports. Why is this? Number one, it’s because many people don’t get sick and don’t get tested.
RUSH ARCHIVE: So probably for every case, there are at least two or three cases that are not in the denominator. It certainly could be higher than normal flu, it probably is, but it’s not likely in the range of 2 to 3%. You have a denominator problem, and I want you to understand that. That only the people who are really sick or have symptoms come in and get tested.
The mortality rate of 2% for people coronavirus is 2% of the people who contract it. It means that 98% of the people who get it recover from it. The mortality rate for SARS was 10%. The mortality rate for MERS was 34%.
When you talk about the flu, 30 to 60,000 people die from it a year, it’s about 30,000 — the range is 30 to 60,000, depending on the years you’re talking about. That is one-tenth of 1% of the population the whole country, not of the people who get the disease.
There’s a confusion here over the fatality rate and what the universe is. In talking about the 2% mortality rate for the coronavirus, that’s only the people who get it — and it’s low compared to other diseases like SARS or MERS.
The world survived both of those. It’s much lower than Ebola. (chuckles) You get Ebola, and your survival rate is in the single digits.
RUSH: And there’s not enough data on it. There’s still thought to be a lot of people with the disease that don’t even know they have it. People who have it are not suffering symptoms yet and may not, but who carry it, who may be transmitting it. The recovery rate for this disease worldwide is over 50%. And they never tell you that, by the way.

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A couple days old, but interesting interview with two infectious disease docs.


If Mr Giroir is right about that it means there are far more infected people in China than the current numbers reflect.
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Frustrations of doctors not having test kits available in their places is understandable, especially having to frequently call & justify their requests for more before kits are sent, along with trends hinting at USA cases in the 1,000's for next week.

Sounds like authorities are in the process of ramping up production of them after already sending out 700K-900K, but Azar says 4-Million more coming next week, although it's more than obvious the CDC is behind the 8-ball & should've done this long time ago.

Additional confirmed case locations in the Southeast increasing by 2 more in Florida & South Carolina now showing 2 places.

2 confirmed in Broward County, FL

1 confirmed in Lee County, FL

1 confirmed in Charleston County, SC

1 confirmed in Kershaw County, SC


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Some additional confirmed cases in USA which include Georgia & Florida in the Southeast.

Wonder if the 1 confirmed case in Floyd County, GA moved to Polk County, GA, or if it was a mistake for Floyd & was changed to Polk since the 2 counties are next to each other.:huh:

Looks like some locations or counties in Florida increased from 1 to 2 confirmed, too.

USA 436 Total confirmed

1 confirmed in Cobb County, GA

1 confirmed in Polk County, GA

3 confirmed in Fulton County, GA

1 confirmed in Manatee County, FL

1 confirmed in Okaloosa County, FL

1 confirmed in Volusia County, FL

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USA COVID-19 Update:

Southeast USA Summary Locations/Counties:

8 in Florida, 3 in Georgia, 3 in Tennessee, 2 North Carolina, 2 South Carolina

537 USA Total Confirmed

21 USA Total Deaths

8 USA Total Recovered

17 deaths King County, WA

1 death Snohomish, WA

1 death Lee County, FL

1 death Santa Rosa, FL

1 death Placer County, CA

New Southeast Locations:

1 confirmed Davidson County, TN

1 confirmed Shelby County, TN

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Saw the COVID-19 updated news item below Sunday evening on local metro Atlanta TV.

Also, looks like there's new confirmed locations or counties in Georgia & South Carolina according to the COVID-19 John Hopkins CSSE map.

Here's some USA & Southeast updates.

554 USA total confirmed.


1 confirmed in Cherokee County, GA

1 confirmed in Spartanburg County, SC

Updates in previous Georgia counties:

4 confirmed in Fulton County, GA

3 confirmed in Cobb County, GA

THE LATEST: 4 more people hospitalized with possible cases of coronavirus in metro Atlanta

March 8, 2020 - 10:29 PM

Georgia Department of Public Health is awaiting confirmation on four new presumptive positive tests for COVID-19
results have been submitted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for verification
new cases:
-- One is from Fulton County
-- One is from Cherokee County
-- Two are from Cobb County, but they are not connected to each other
now six total presumptive positive cases in the state . . . other two include one person in Gwinnett County who recently traveled to Italy and another person in Fulton County
Five people have been confirmed to have the coronavirus by the CDC
-- Three people in Fulton County
-- A 46-year-old woman in Polk County who is hospitalized
-- One person in Cobb County who recently returned from Italy

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